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Full text of "The manufacture and properties of iron and steel"

INDEX   TO   FIGURES
PAGE
II-A        Blast furnace at Jones & Laughlin's, Pittsbiirg .........      38
II-B        Bosh construction at Steelton, Pa ......................      39
II-C        Blast furnace reactions as determined by the temperature     54
II-D        Chemical reactions in blast furnace. ...................      62
VI-A       Section of 18-ton converter, two views .................    101
VIII-A    Bad type of open-hearth furnace ............. ...........    124
VIII-B    40-ton acid furnace at Steelton, Pa., two views ....... 127, 128
VIII-C    .50-ton  Campbell basic furnace  at  Steelton, Pa.,  three
views ..... ..................... . ................... 129-133
VIII-D    30-ton basic furnace at Donnawitz, Austria, six views .134-139
VIII-B    50-ton basic furnace at Duquesne, Pa., two views .......    140
VIII-F    50-ton basic furnace at Sharon, Pa., two views .........    140
VIII-G-    Wellman charging machine, two views .................    143
VIII-H    Valves used at Steelton, two views ................... 145, 146
VIII-I     Forter valve ...........................................    147
IX-A      Water seal producer, two views .................. . ----    161
IX-B       Semet Solvay coke oven, two views ....................    176
IX-C       Otto Hoffman coke oven ...............................    177
XV-A      Variations in the critical points in different steels ......    288
XV-B      Micro-photographs Nos. 1 to 9 .........................    290
XV-C      Micro-photographs Nos. 10 to 18. ......................    291
XV-D      Micro-photographs Nos. 19 to 24 .......................    292
XV-B      Micro-photographs Nos. 25 to 30 ................ _ .......    293
XV-F      Micro-photographs Nos. 31 to 36 ................ * .......    294
XV-G      Micro-photographs Nos. 37 to 45 .......................    295
XV-H     Graphical representation of the phase doctrine ........ '.    312
XVI-A    Elongation with varying length ........................    328
XVI-B     Curves showing law of elongation of eye-bars .........    334
XVII-A   Strength of steel ......................................
XVII-B   Effect of phosphorus on acid steel ......................    373
XVII-C   Effect of manganese on acid steel ......................    376
XVII-D   Effect of sulphur on acid steel .........................    379
XVII-E   Effect of manganese on basic steel .....................    382
XVII-F   Effect of sulphur on basic steel ........................    384
XVII-G   Effect of carbon on acid and basic steel ................
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